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DOD - SMD 5962-90858

MICROCIRCUIT, MEMORY, DIGITAL, DIGITAL, CMOS 64K x 16 STATIC RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY (SRAM), MONOLITHIC SILICON

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Organization: DOD
Publication Date: 16 February 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 21
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This drawing documents two product assurance class levels consisting of high reliability (device classes Q and M) and space application (device class V). A choice of case outlines and lead finishes are available and are reflected in the Part or Identifying Number (PIN). When available, a choice of Radiation Hardness Assurance (RHA) levels is reflected in the PIN.

intended Use:

Microcircuits conforming to this drawing are intended for use for Government microcircuit applications (original equipment), design applications, and logistics purposes.

Document History

SMD 5962-90858
February 16, 2018
MICROCIRCUIT, MEMORY, DIGITAL, DIGITAL, CMOS 64K x 16 STATIC RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY (SRAM), MONOLITHIC SILICON
This drawing documents two product assurance class levels consisting of high reliability (device classes Q and M) and space application (device class V). A choice of case outlines and lead finishes...
August 24, 2011
MICROCIRCUIT, MEMORY, DIGITAL, DIGITAL, CMOS 64K x 16 STATIC RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY (SRAM), MONOLITHIC SILICON
This drawing documents two product assurance class levels consisting of high reliability (device classes Q and M) and space application (device class V). A choice of case outlines and lead finishes...
January 29, 1991
MICROCIRCUIT, MEMORY, DIGITAL, CMOS 64K X 16 STATIC RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY (SRAM), MONOLITHIC SILICON
This drawing forms a part of a one part - one part number documentation system (see 6.6 herein). Two product assurance classes consisting of military high reliability (device classes B, Q, and M) and...

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